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Articles from the November 7, 2019 edition

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 By Derek Hann    Local    November 7, 2019

Patrick Construction: Continuing four decades of construction and donation

Patrick Construction & Pipeline is a family owned business in Havre operating for the past four decades, starting from nothing and growing into one of the largest contracting companies on the...

 

MAT looking for more people in 24-hour play festival

Montana Actors' Theatre is still looking for more people interested in participating in their 24-hour play festival Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15, and Nov. 16. As of Monday, MAT marketing director...

 

Hi-Line Athlete Profile: Jessa Chvilicek, HHS Volleyball

After signing with MSU-N volleyball last week, Jessa Chvilicek is ready to help the Ponies reach state With the Eastern A divisional volleyball tournament getting underway today onto the Havre High Gy...

 

BIG GAME IN THE ARMORY

A Tuesday morning road game at the University of Montana was only the beginning. Now, the real fun begins for the Montana State University-Northern Skylights. Tonight, inside the Armory Gymnasium,...

 

Lights meet Argos in mat rivalry

In some sports, fans have to wait until deep into the season for their favorite rivalries. But, if you're a fan of one of the two collegiate wrestling programs in Montana, you never have to wait... Full story

 

Area spikers vying for state tourney berths

The Harlem Wildcats haven't been to the Northern B Divisional volleyball tournament often, but they have been there - just not in the position they're in this week. After a strong regular season, and...

 

MSU-N volleyball wraps up the regular season on the road

If the Montana State University-Northern Skylights are going to take that important next step, they have to do it this weekend. The Skylights have reached the final two matches of their 2019 Frontier...

 

Looking out my Backdoor: Adept in the ways of sloth

Nobody told us. Well, nobody told me. I’m from a family of workers, obsessive workers, one might say. In my family, sloth is a mere breath removed from slovenly and slatternly. Nobody ever said... Full story

 

Letter to the Editor - Naber an example of what rural teachers should be

Dear editor: I was very pleased with Ila McClenahan’s interesting account of her teachers at the one-room elementary schools across north-central Montana. She was a student at Staton Coulee School while I was a student at rural Burnham School...

 

Lodge Pole man convicted of domestic abuse by habitual offender

From the U.S. Attorney for the District of Montana After a three-day trial, a jury in Great Falls convicted Wednesday a Lodge Pole man accused of assaulting his girlfriend on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, U.S. Attorney Kurt Alme said. The jury...

 

Correction - Historic Preservation Commission downtown mural

A story in Wednesday’s edition about a mural the Havre/Hill County Historic Preservation Commission had installed on the Eagles Club building Tuesday misreported the source of the photograph used in the mural. The photograph is from the Al Lucke... Full story

 

For the Record, Nov. 7, 2019

Havre Police Department The police department dispatch logs were not available today due to technical difficulties. Hill County Sheriff's Office The sheriff's office dispatch logs were not available t...

 

Medical benefit for 10-year-old set for Sunday

“Let’s Help Caylee,” a medical benefit for Havreite Caylee Morsette, is scheduled for Sunday at 4 p.m. at Havre Eagles Club.  Caylee Morsette is a 10-year-old girl who has been ill since birth and has had to have one of her lungs removed. In...

 

Reichelt awarded by U.S. Postal Inspection Service for drug task force work

Tri-Agency Task Force Supervisor C.J. Reichelt was commended Wednesday by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service for his work and accomplishments preventing illegal substances from passing through the...

 

Rocky Boy offering workshops on recovery and addictions

Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation is partnering with Stone Child College, debuting a Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families-Child Welfare Initiative workforce development program through workshops in November, starting Friday, 11 a.m. to 2...

 

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